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From pick-up to drop off - FANTASTIC. Spend the extra dollar and get the dinner. Well worth it and better seats! The show was touristy and fun. Just what you wanted on this tour. No disappointment. It was as expected.
Lovely show. Wish the pickup was punctual or at least 5-10 minutes late.
GREAT!!!! Albaicín is so beautiful at NIGHT!!! As well as the ALHAMBRA view!!!
The Sacromonte flamenco was SUPERB!!!
the pick up was a bit muddled but once we got on the bus all was well, everything went according to plan and we loved it.
I will remember this event for the rest of my life, outstanding night!!
Wonderful flamenco and night scene, also the guide had excellent knowledge about the city and history of it
Very well organized and worth every penny! The flemenco dancers are true artists, we enjoyed the evening very much! Our two grandchildren, 5 and 6 years, liked it too :)
Excellent show and good food, plus we were given great seats and had an overall wonderful experience. Really recommend it, a must!
Our night at the flamenco show was so much fun! We bought the dinner option and we were glad we did - the food (Spanish cuisine) was very nice and as we had a table, we were located slightly higher than the rest so we have great views of the show! The caves are very charming and as they are quite small, the flamenco dancers and musicians perfom very closely to the public which is a unique and exciting experience! I've been to lots of flamenco shows before and this one was very unique, a great experience to take back home!
The ZambaFlamenco show was fabulous and we had front row seats including 1 drink. Was one of the highlights of our trip to southern Spain. The walking tour of Albaicin was just a short walk to a viewpoint of the Alhambra. Description needs to be updated to reflect that the walking tour is NOT a tour.
There was some confusion as the tour organisers seemed unable to pick me up from my hotel as was expected and paid for. it meant that I had to walk for ten minutes late at night and on my own - I'm 72 years old - from the drop off point to my hotel.
Exciting, unique, and wonderful! One of the highlights of our trip! The venue isn't the most comfortable. The language barrier is significant. You'll be shoulder to shoulder with people you don't know. But the show is amazing! The rhythms are complex and fascinating. The dancing is enthralling. This experience was worth every penny and more.
The only reason I gave it 4 stars rather than 5 is because, upon exiting the venue, there were a few moments of confusion where our group didn't know where to go or what to do. We were collected by one of the workers (someone we had not yet met) and led quickly through the streets to one of the Alhambra viewpoints, where our guide stopped to tell us something. (But I have my doubts that any in our group could understand what she was saying.) That was the walking tour part. When she was done, we were given about 5 minutes to appreciate the very nice night-time view. And then it was over. Not much of a "walking tour." But a fun "cultural moment" nevertheless. The van ride through the Albaicin up to Sacromonte is an experience of a lifetime...
It was a wonderful night, filled with laughter, culture, and amazing rhythm.